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Old 06-06-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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Azoo Max Breed, Max Growth, and Max Bio Ball


So I decided to go with all Azoo stuff to maximize my CRS, CBS colonies. I search around on Azoo Max Breed and not much information. Anyone have experienced these products and having positive result?

I bought 1 package of each and hoping to use them soon, wonder how much I should feed each week.

Amazon.com: AZOO Max Breed for Shrimps: Pet Supplies Amazon.com: AZOO Max Breed for Shrimps: Pet Supplies

Amazon.com: AZOO Max Growth for Shrimps: Pet Supplies Amazon.com: AZOO Max Growth for Shrimps: Pet Supplies
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Old 06-06-2013, 08:11 PM   #2
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I have tried them all. Would I buy again once I am out, definitely
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Cool thanks. I bought 2 of Max Breed and Max Growth.
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Yes max breed and max growth is great stuff I swear that stuff work not long after I feed them max breed they are all berried ...they all swarm at the food they love it. But one of them break down faster then the other
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My shrimps love Mosura, Shirakura, BW and some Benibachi products much,much better than Azoo.
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My shrimps love Mosura, Shirakura, BW and some Benibachi products much,much better than Azoo.
Yeah those are too rich for my blood. I don't even eat that expensive =)
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Shirakura food, half that price and much better quality.

That said, I used to sell the Azoo stuff, it's fine, just expensive, and made in China.

And I believe the names are deceiving, with max breed being their vegetable food, and max growth being the protein food.
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Shirakura food, half that price and much better quality.

That said, I used to sell the Azoo stuff, it's fine, just expensive, and made in China.

And I believe the names are deceiving, with max breed being their vegetable food, and max growth being the protein food.
Is Shirakura shrimp food is a combination of Max Breed and Max Growth? What's Shirakura soft vs regular?

From: http://www.shirakura-shop.de/en/shir..._food_feed.htm

Shirakura Ebi Dama Special - Supplementary feed for shrimps and crayfish is a herbal product. It is high in amino acids, natural vitamins and minerals, for health, growth, colourfulness and good reproduction of the animals.
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Shirakura foods have no animal protein, so they are very healthy. Also made in Japan with high quality ingredients.

Ebi dama soft is the same formula but with air incorporated into the wafer so it is softer under water.

Some shrimp are pickier and won't eat hard wafers.
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Ordered 80g Shirakura for $20 total. Good price.
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Ordered 80g Shirakura for $20 total. Good price.
If you don't mind, where from?
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